Kora, Marco Rucola, Katrina Valkenburg,Es Dee, Kayti
Miranti Amandya, Natalia Iswara
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Dear Culinary Members,
We have had a tremendous year and this seems a greattime to thank the entire culinary community or theincredible support we have had throughout the year.Ches who have given their time to strengthen theassociation, the suppliers who have sponsored our eventsand competitions and the young ches who have broughtnew energy and optimism to the Indonesian culinary world. With a New Year approaching and still many greatevents on the horizon we have good reason to eel very optimistic and excited about the culinary world welive in. Te aim o the BCP and ACP is to create anenvironment where we are always striving or the bestand we have been recognised internationally and at homein this quest. Tis eels very satisying. With both o usas Indonesian nationals heading the sister associations we have every reason to eel proud o the standards o excellence we have achieved. With the brotherhood o ches rom around the world we still have ar to go andyet it is sae to say that our uture looks very bright.In the New Year our Indonesian team will represent all o Asia in Chile ater winning the Global Che Asia trophy in Hong Kong. Bali has the honour o taking Indonesiaand Asia to the prestigious nal leg o the Global Che competition, and or us it is a little like sending a teamto the Olympics. We will be cheering them on. Simply reaching this level o competition is a prestigious honour, which is well deserved, and it is a rst or us. Te WACS World Congress will be held at the same time and somany o us will be there to watch the event.Our pastry ches have done really well and will also berepresenting us in Lyons, France, home o pastry. Te twoyoung Balinese pastry ches who will represent Indonesiahave worked very hard and are at the top o theirproession. We applaud their skill and all the mentorsand supporters they have had within the association andbeyond it. We also acknowledge the generosity o oursponsors who have made it possible or us to compete.International competitions are costly to enter and werely on our sponsors and riends in the community. We are pleased to see the association is such great shaperight now and encourage new members to join us insupporting our young ches club which has proved apopular and highly successul program.o all o you we wish a very happy and estive New Year,and to those celebrating Christmas, a very Merry one.
Vindex Tengker and Made Putra
o southern style urkey with all the trimmings
Philip Mimbimi romNutmegs at Hu’u
In this issue we asked some o our ches what they wouldlike or Christmas, so you can see what’s missing rom yourlist. I cooking at home is on the agenda, we had Philipat Hu’u cook us up a abulous USA style turkey dinner.Oscar at St Regis cooked us some roasts that would makegreat alternatives, and Danish sandwiches or boxing day.O course we’d have to put them on Kayuapi’s incredible wood-red bread and to be patriotic we’d wash it down with some mimosas made with Hatten’s Jepun. Some o Katrina’s wine cocktails would make a nice start to theday, or perhaps it would nish us.New Year’s Eve is normally a wash out in Bali and KuDea ispacked to the brim so we might head up to Ayana, stay thenight and party at Te Rock Bar. As everyone else is partyingour ches are busier than ever during the estive season, so we’ll look orward to catching up again in January.
Have a very happy new year,
Te aste eam.